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. >>> and a pair of twin sisters shared a rare birthday. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] everyone likes a bit of order in their life. virtual wallet helps you get it. keep track of spending, move money with a slide, and use the calendar. all to see your money how you want. ♪ >>> thieves have been snatches purses right out of women's cars. pat collins has our our report. >> reporter: look at the sneaky move, ducking down near the pump, reaching in the passenger's window, grabbing the purse and making a getaway before you can fill her up. warning -- they're not bashful about it. it happened four times in about three hours this morning. 9:46, the snobun sun okayo. and then the wawa, and 12:36 p.m., this shell station at 5604 st. barn abbas road. a woman is on her way to new york, some guys in a green mercedes drive up on this side, open her passenger door, steal her purse, off they go. >> we know it's a trauma dib crime to have their personal items taken. so we really feel for that victim. we want to bring closure to that case. >> reporter: it happened recently on sheriff road. we have surveillance vid
found more than a quarter million was spent on an awards ceremony in november of 20 twin. and that one day event took place in crystal city. members of congress are outraged about the wasteful spending. >> and what is incredible is this quarter of a million dollar one-day conference spent a total of $20,578 for 4,000 drum sticks. >> the award ceremony took place after the agency had spent nearly $1 million on a conference for employees in las vegas. the revelation about the vegas conference led to a major shakeup at the agency. >>> the news edge on maryland now. pepco's performance during last month's derecchio was under a microscope. the company was blasted from state lawmakers, customers in the audience who were angry and many others. >> reporter: to hear of pepco's top people say that they did a good job, considering nobody predicted the storm on june 29th and that affected millions of customers and was felt over 10 states. but none of the defense fell on sympathetic ears. it didn't help that the storm swept through in the middle of a heat wave and people had no air conditioning and
will attend a barrel their father was killed when his twin-engine can ship went down during the vietnam war. five other men were inside the remains of five buried inside a single coffin. large numbers of starving pelican's turned up on california impeaches what life experts are doing their best to save them another pelican was delivered to what rescue this afternoon anne mackovic tells us the growing number of birds in distressed is taxing rescue workers. >>> and an ocean bird purgatory 40 mi. from the coast and these are the lucky ones injured by fishing lines are unable to find food are brought here to international bird rescue in court yet. >>> five years ago 25 pelicans and appear per year, they have seen 95 this year and 40¢ july 1st most are babies. >>> we are seeing they're begging food from people they are starving. >>> pelicans recently moved off the endangered species last bird experts think this could be survival of the fittest. >>> the common with other injuries, fractures or fishing " injuries that have to have surgery which is a big expense >>> each pelican need 7 lbs. of fis
, plains, and southeast. 80s from the twin cities to new york. and 78 in seattle. >>> and coming up next after the break, the snack food competition that could have you eating caviar. how to win a million bucks. >>> and the post office delivering a new batch of bad news. on the brink of a huge default. >>> and later this morning, on "the pulse." hands off the hoff. the thieves who can't get enough of, believe it or not, david hasselhoff. he's going like hotcakes. \s >>> welcome back, everyone. wall street will try to build on its two-day rally. overseas markets are higher following the u.s. lead. investors are encouraged by solid earnings at key companies, including intel and honeywell. as well as strong housing starts. the s&p 500 is up. at its highest level since early may. weekly jobless claims will be out before the opening bell. >>> and the postal service is drowning in red ink could see the first default in its history in a little over a week. they owe $5.5 billion in a retirees health plan. if congress doesn't take action, it will miss the payment. >>> a major fast food chain is r
. >>> the oriels lose in the battle with the twins in minnesota. they started off on the right foot, adam jones hits a three run homer in the 5th. the oriels lead at that point 4-1. pitcher zach britain could not hold on that lead, walking six battering and allowing four runs. the oriels lost 6-4. the oriels road trip will continue this weekend in cleveland. saturday night it will be on wjz. see the oriels and indians live at 7:00 right here on wjz 13. >> yeah, buddy. america's great north coast. >>> i was just over there updating all the info, it starts changing at the top of the hour. weather is going to be a big player today. the heat is one of our leads. potential thunderstorms is the other. let's walk outside and watch the beautiful sunrise. i mean, there's some high clouds off to the east that were diffused. it was a red sunrise, it was really interesting. about 10 minutes after that, you can start to feel the heat. let's take a look at our watch, warning and advisory graphic. 11:00 through 9:00 we have a heat advisory in effect. it's going to feel like 105. it's going to feel hotter with
on the concourse at target field, it's his 15th home run and the twins still up 2-1. top eight now, twins cling to a lead and mark reynolds and kind of finds the sweet spot in the outfielder here. this blooper into center field, two runs come into score and the orioles take a 4-3 lead. bottom nine, how about the all-star jim johnson trying to close it out for the birds. and that's exactly what he does. the orioles go on to win, 4-3. johnson picks up his 28th save of the year. that is tied for the major league lead. talking golf now. round one of the british open belonged to an australian. and adam scott took advantage. tieing the record for the first time in his career. several big names near the top of the leader board, including tiger woods. how about tiger fans showing up kind of like that. >> i like it a lot. >> tiger came out of the box in a hurry, his 205 yard tee shot day i say tight. very solid from the tee shots today. par five seventh now, major problem for mil mickelson, can't find his ball and he chunks it over the fair way in the other rough. you can hear him say, are you kidding m
. chris had a terrible time against the twins last night coming off a good outing in seattle couldn't have been much worse in minnesota. till man got just two outs and allowed 7 runs, before he was removed in the 1st inning. pitching staff got knocked around in a 19-7 defeat. manager, buck has little patience for struggling pitchers at the big league level and will continue to seek replacements for those who can't do the job >> they control it we don't control it. that is the thing that i think they understand they control this, we want them to do well and pitch well, there is always some body there if you can't deliver what the job description gives and that goes for all of us just an accountability, that you know, we just can't be satisfied with mediocrity. >> he was consoled by jones after the pitchers early exit. till man will get another chance he is scheduled to pitch in cleveland saturday. zach britain starts tonight after a season in norfolk so far he has overcome shoulder discomfort he suffered during spring training. os pitchers will face twins starter, game time 8:10 p.m., see
diagnosis brought long-lost sisters back together. >> reporter: they say twins have a special bond. >> i move here, she moves here. it just -- it's weird. >> reporter: washington state sisters stephanie and kim shared everything, including cancer. >> everything steph gets i get. >> reporter: stephanie was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 2005. kim a year later. both got double mastectomies, preventive hysterectomies and similar tattoos to cover their scars. but it turned out they also shared something else, the breast cancer gene mutation brca1. >> that explains why i got family. >> reporter: the twins wanted to warn other family members to get tested. but there was a catch. >> we were adopted in ft. lauderdale, florida. >> reporter: they had no idea who their biological mother was and the record across the country in florida were sealed until a genetic counselor from seattle swedish medical center stepped in. >> i said to the judge that this information is critical for the medical care of her biological family. >> reporter: the records were unsealed. while the twins learned their m
. >> 76 years. his little girls have stole the show the he has two twin daughters, myla rose, and that is his wife, a former tennis player, herself. i love he had a quote. he said as long as i wake up and she is next to me all its good. >> oh. it was good. murray played a great game. federer is just that good. >> seven. he won there seven times. >> tied sampras' record. there we are at the game doing >>> this morning on "world news now" -- mean season, the relentless summer heat wave is now to blame for nearly four dozen deaths. >>> and a powerful cold front causing at least one tornado overnight in virginia. it will bring relief, but at a major cost. it's monday, july 9th. >> announcer: from abc news, this is "world news now." >>> good monday morning, i'm rob nelson. you may remember this woman to my left right here. >> i don't remember my name. is that a quiz. >> a test. >> a test to see how tired i am. >> coming back from vaca never easy. >> pam. peggy. >> peggy bunker. welcome back, peggy. it's bun a loeen a long time. >> i think i am paula faris. we'll get back to that o
that loud clap of thunder halted that. did you see the scramble there? it was the rangers-twins game in the fourth inning last night. some dropped to their knees. there were no reports of damage. the rangers went on to beat the twins. 4-3. following a rain delay. who dropped to their news there? i would. >>> it is every summer's worst nightmare. paddling out in the ocean. and coming face to face with a great whie white shark. that's what happened to a man in massachusetts. karen brown reports for wjz. expert says this hot summer weather will bring more sharks closer to shore. >> reporter: cape cod. every kayaker's worst fear. you see walter zolk, jr., looking back over his shoulder in panic. 10 feed away, the dorsal fin of a great white shark. >> i'm surprised it probably hasn't happened sooner. because we know they're out there. >> reporter: the same day in santa cruz, california, a great white took a bite out of this kayak. the man inside, thrown into the water, but survived. >> sharks in the area at all times. so people need to be aware of that. just be careful. >> reporter: they'
i went back to the twin cities and talked to the special agent in charge there, both said that the somali community had been cooperative in fbi investigations. and i think it was because of actually very good police work and very good work by the fbi in making sure that they earned the trust of the somali community there. my questions are to chief davis and to officer gale. both of you have served as law enforcement officers. how do you earn the trust of the diverse communities that you serve? some of which -- some of whom may be initially skeptical of the police? >> thank you, senator, and one stop at a time. one day at a time. one interaction at a time. i think when people -- i think we have to, one, acknowledge the history police have played. the role of law enforcement with regard to race in this country. we still have generations of people that remember the desegregation. we have generations of people that are still here that remember when the police were the enforcement tool and rule of law with regard to jim crow law and black code laws. we have to acknowledge we mi
the story and showed a picture of him on air that we actually showed a picture of his twin brother. he's got an identical twin brother robert gansler who is a portfolio manager at t. roe price. let's show the right picture of gary gansler who is the chairman of the cftc not his twin brother robert gansler. do we have it? i hope we're going to be able to show the right picture because he was concerned about it. do we have it? there we go. so, you know, an honest mistake, guys. it is an honest mistake. >> are you sure you've got them the right way around. >> i'm sure that that is robert on the right there. >> but is that amazing? >> robert is at t.rowe, gary is at the cftc. >> what are the odds of that? >> rick probably loves that one. >> i do. i wonder if his brother would be any better at overseeing the industry. >> he said he wondered if the brother would be better at regulating. he's not a fan as you know. >> he is a portfolio manager at t. row. he is and once again there are so many more nuances to the story. the peregrine story never ceases to amaze me how the technology that they're dis
packed city hall. brses bruce gross recently lost his construction job. now he's raising his twin boys and daughter on $7.95 an hour. >> i can't raise my family on that kind of money. i go through making decisions on whether to get food. >> it is calling for a raise. it is tied for the rebuild america act. can -- partially paid for by increasing taxes on the wealthiest americans. minimum wage supporters are calling for action now. >> we're struggling to get to the middle. and i feel like they should be thinking, how can we help? >> reporter: there's no question middle class families are falling behind. their salaries have increased 35% in of the last four decades, while the wealthy have seen a 278% increase. >> it is absolutely destroying the very fiber of our de -- democracy. >> we will see this continue if we do not put our foot down to this idea of free market and globalization globalization as being an answer to domestic hiring. >> reporter: president obama and democrats support raising the minimum wage, while mitt romney and congressional republicans do not. they claim it could sl
on the table. how'd i do, cj? we could be twins. well, cousins maybe. announcer: play a role in ending hunger. visit feedingamerica.org/hunger and find your local food bank. >>> it is sunny and humid, 86 degrees central maryland right now complete first warning weather forecast is coming up. >> a woman is being call adhere row she pulls her husband and child from a truck seconds before it topples over. it happened in the provinces in east china, surveillance video captured the truck giving way to its 37 tonne load of cotton yard. the woman is seen pulling her husband and child out to have truck before it falls completely on one side. the load wasn't tightened down with ropes. >>> a six flags roller coaster opened less than a month had a dozen riders stranded this weekend the superman ultimate flight coaster was stopped at the top for nearly two hours. the ride can hold up to 12 people travels up to 62 miles per hour, a crane gave the stranded riders water bottles until it turned back on they were then lowered to safety the ride is closed indefinitely. >>> a family is in mourning after the los
the flat stomach. >>> j-lo rocks red in brazil. the 42-year-old mother of twins has that dancer's shape, smiling on the beach, during a getaway with her new man, casper smart. >>> miley in miami. wearing a white detailed bikini. the super slim 19-year-old looking fit for her fiance, leon himselffield, who was far away. >> heidiheidi klum. the newly single 39 mother of four still has a model shape in the twit pickshe put up. >>> and george's gorgeous pal at 32, showing off six-pack abs in a white sports bra and black yoga panltses. >>> also tonight, tom and katie speak out about their divorce negotiations. what they are saying about custody of suri and their beliefs. that and more coming up on entertainment tonight. >> that's at 7:30, here on wjz 13. >>> well, mother nature has a little fun with the grounds crew at a minor league ballpark in tennessee. watch as they try to put the tarp on the field during wild rain storms. they ended up calling it a tarp- nami. one poor guy had to run for his life, in order to escape the billowing tarp. afterwards, he said he felt like indiana jones, try
today. 77 people died in the twin attacks. the suspect detonated a bomb killing eight people. he then went to a youth camp on a nearby island and opened fire killing 69 more. terrified teenagers jumped in the water to escape the barrage of bullets. >> he is facing terrorism charges. >>> a south florida radio station received a letter containing a white powder. it happened at the northern police station on fillmore. someone in the department made the discovery while sorting through the mail. >> in the mail was an envelope addressed to the station here. and it contained some white powder that spilled out. >> officers cleared out the building and called the fire department to investigate. they said the white powder was not hazardous and did identify the substance. in union city, berkeley. and sand leandro all received an envelope with nontoxic white powder inside. >>> san francisco will be getting big time money. they are meeting with ed lee tomorrow morning. they plan to make a major transportation funding announcement. officials from muny and ac transit will be there. the announce
with seven children, two of whom are twins with downs syndrome. those twin girls have leukemia undergoing chemotherapy. the family is tooped out financially. their donations surpassed $25,000 in less than a month. >>> now to politics and a new report from "the washington post" that examines whether campaigns really change voters' minds. i'm joined now by the author of that article, the post's paul far hi and larry sabatosabato, gentlemen. >> hi, alex. >> paul, i will go first to you. this is a fascinating article. you write about one man who's called every popular election vote correctly, even within like 2 percentage points since 1992. tell us about that. >> yes. this is allen brom owe wits a political science professor at emery university. but he is not entirely unique. a number of forecasters do this with some precision every single election. it's because elections are themselves fairly predictable. you don't have to wait until october, you don't have to wait for the polls in november to know approximately or at least with some precision how things are going to turn out. that's what dr
a great business. the restaurant has been under fire. >>> a pregnant mom gave birth to twins on two different highways. they pulled over on long island's southern state parkway to wait for a ambulance. gavin was born on a stretcher near their car. >> they were wheeling me into the ambulance and i'm holding gavin and not covered up at all. there's a car driving towards us and i'm like oh, my god. >> can you imagine that? >> a few minutes later while the ambulance was on the state parkway deck lynn arrived by the time they got to the e.r. there wasn't much the hospital needed to do. the andersons have three healthy boys under the age of 2. >> that birth was the easy part. now they have twins and now it gets really complicated. >> look at them. >> they'll help you turn that big idea into the next big thing, the man behind a website that knows the best innovations happen outside the board room. in a sneak peek of "the next list." >> it's human nature to invent. it's human nature to try to make your life better and human nature to try to make the world around you a better place. a it's r
the rangers and twins off the field and into the dugout mid-game. the death toll has now topped 45. zpmgt and day on the lake beating that heat turned to tragedy for the acceptson of pop st star usher. 11-year-old kyle gibson is reportedly brain dead. a jet ski ran into the inner tube that he was riding in. it appears that alcohol was not a factor in the crash. zplncht check out a runaway tractor trailer. barreling right through the pumps. eyewitnesses racing to the rescue, despite fears that everything might blow. the driver says his brakes just went out. everybody here, by the way, was okay. >>> and if your kids are hounding you for a pet, there's a new reason to say yes. children who grow up around dogs and cats are healthier. a study out this morning finds that babies exposed to animals have fewer colds and ear infections. scientists think the pets help strengthen the youngsters' immune systems. >>> and finally, a change at the top for power house abc station in chicago. the old antenna gnat beamed wls to millions was removed by a gutsy, gutsy budge of guys. sam -- >> no. >> one place
running at the twins/rangers game in arlington, texas, yesterday. the boom was so loud, it actually shook the television cameras. the game was held up by rain for 46 minutes. welcome back to "cbs this morning." you feel that one in your bones. >> like incoming fire, didn't it? >>> there's a surprising development this morning in the case of natalie wood. the investigation was reopened eight months ago, 30 years after she died off the coast of los angeles. as bill whitaker reports, the l.a. coroner's office changed the cause of death from accident to undetermined. >> it's one of hollywood's most enduring mysteries, what really happened the night actress natalie wood drowned while boating off catalina island. >> if you don't like this has been changed to undetermined or unresolved, that means it's not over. >> it was thanksgiving weekend 1981. wood and her husband, actor robert wagner, were enjoying the holiday on board the "splendour" with friend and fellow actor, christopher walken. at daylight, wood's body was found floating in the water. investigators called it an accident. speculating
by aa growth in latin america. we saw revenues up 15%. t-win capital was 2.8% and slightly higher and it's robust too as the loan book deteriorates. they set aside 1.4 billion euros as provisions. that's around a third of the amount that the government wants them to do for this year. that compares to around two-thirds. the asset quality stayed the same as the first quarter around 4%. interesting to continue to watch rbs thinks that actually that npl will fit along with what the investment economy is doing. that could double over the next three years. the amount of sovereign debt on the portfolio, 11% now of total assets. that means it's something we have to watch for both the sovereign and possible downgrades going guard. for now, though, ross, it's up to you. >> thanks for that, julia. deutsche banc had a 63% before the pretax profit. they warned that the euro zone crisis will continue to add confidence and earnings. the bank is still committed to the universal business model. ralph silva is with us for the first half of today's program. hi, good to see you. it's hard to wage your way f
of the alab resitythno spbi for these twin crises, the crisis of the deficit and a crisis of failed banking regulations? he asked what we ha done to protecthe single ouk hecln um hule tit stte.ns gr on the question of are the eurozone funds sufficient, i think he is right to ask that question. weonalayheve rtth t an big enough. i think he ought to give up the hokie cokie and s the aur] ll tleesm pe wiv t rebate and give nothing in return, who took us into the bailout fund even when we were not part of the road. e people whsaha ch hke tot totetes, fa hll never stand up to two big vested interests, the ade ions and brussels. lerewigrnt ri a t res urelationship with the european union, would the prime minister agree that the worst possible moment to start gotiating with 26 other at rlyoced ll? ntof would the prime minister also agreed that as the united kingdom is fully protected by the the statury reqreme for aefdu pral ansof gh tus mbe liet a negotiations we wish to beg and the treaties - had rrebin tuts imsef t zo7 t f n? >> it is worth it saying that everyone has to recognize that the s
for these twin crises, the crisis of the deficit and a crisis of failed banking regulations? he asked what we have done to protect the single market. if you look at the conclusion of the summit, he would see that it says very specifically that the single market and its integrity must be protected. on the question of are the eurozone funds sufficient, i think he is right to ask that question. we continually say at he is very important that -- it is is very important that the bazookas are big enough. i think he ought to give up the hokie cokie and stick to the rubik's cube. [laughter] i will not take lectures from people who give up the rebate and give nothing in return, who took us into the bailout fund even when we were not part of the road. these are people who said that your opinion and has not got much power, and he likes to tell us and as the about standing up to vested interests, but the fact is, he will never stand up to two big vested interests, the trade unions and brussels. >> while there is wide agreement in britain as to the need for reforms in our relationship with the european un
'm an identical twin. one of his brothers wanted to know where he came from, the other had no interest. it's varying person to person. how people feel about that and their identity. >> this is the first time you were from a teenage voice. most of the time you write about things that are relatable to women in particular. do you base it on things that have gone on in your own life or you sort of look around what's happening with girls that you know and care about? >> well, i never had an affair with my best friend's fiance. good starting point. >> that's a good thing. >> i write about relationships. so i draw on my own relationships, of course. you know, your friends, how often when you talk to your friends, do you not only cover your life and her life. but you go on to say, how about that other friend of yours? then you cover all these people and discuss them. it's just a whole -- there's so much you can draw on. when really at heart you're writing about mothers and daughters and sisters and relationships. dysfunctional and problems. secrets. >> this book deals with the big secret. which is
at saturday's indian's twins game. he got a souvenir ball. he wanted to throw it back. his dad stopped him. he picked it up and threw it & anyway. he hit a woman on the head but we're glad to say everybody's okay. dad's going, son, no. no, no. >> they apologized to that woman. >> yes. everything's all right. >>> it is no secret that president obama comes from a diverse background. this morning we have new information about his ancestors that you have not heard anywhere else. >> this surprising connection goes all the way back to the earliest days of colonial america. bill plant is at the white house with that story. bill, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, gayle. we' already learned that barack obama is related however distantly to people as diverse as warren buffet, sarah palin, rush limbaugh and george w. bush, but now the researchers at ancestry.com have discovered startling new evidence, a connection in his mother's family tree. president obama's diverse roots from kenya to kansas are widely known, but now researchers have found a new link. >> president obama is the 11th great
quick are you going to do a new "twins" cap triplets" with arnold schwarzenegger? >> yes. >> when? tell about it. >> you got two guy, arnold and i. we have the desire to do it. when what we need is the screen play. we want to do something really good. so we're going to find a gre great -- >> it can't be all bare feet. >> no, no. >> bare feet and sunglasses. >> if you missed it, you missed it, maybe we'll see you in new york. >> more to >>> back now in our "olympic kitchen." in a moment we'll do some cooking with jamie oliver. first a story about how he's doing more than just serving food in his great london restaurant. take a look. 40 years ago kevin was playing with fire. >> i was involved with gangs, fights. >> his life was heading from bad to worse. >> at the age of 18, i went into prison four times. i was just heading down the wrong path completely. >> but he was handed a life line and cooking has changed his life. for ten years, jamie oliver has offered second chances to undervalued youth. because of its success, there are now locations in cornwall, england and amsterdam. >> it's t
at this guy. >> dad doesn't want limb to throw the ball. >> here's a young fan at saturday's indians/twins game. a souvenir ball. tried to throw it back. dad stopped him. then he picked it up and threw it anyway. hate woman on the head. but we're glad to say everybody's okay. dad going, son, no, no. >> apologize to that woman. >> everything's all right. >>> no secret president obama comes from a diverse background. news from his ancestors you haven't heard anywhere else. >> goes back to the earliest days of colonial america. bill plante is live at the white house with that story. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, gayle. you know, we've already learned barack obama is related however distantly to people as diverse as warren buffett, sarah palin, rush limbaugh and george w. bush. now, discovering startling new evidence, a connection in his mother's family tree. president obama diverse roots from kenya to kansas are widely known. now researchers found a new link. >> president obama is the 11th great-grandson of john punch, the first documented african to it be enslaved for life in the
, congratulations, he is about to be the daddy of two twin boys. >> tell us what gave you the idea to do this? >> when we came to new york in 1985 from italy, i noticed how diverse this society is as opposed to the italian one. at the same time through the years, how much we do have in common. as we traveled and i married my wife, she is african-american, i got to experience first hand how much we do share as human beings and americans. >> how long did it take you to venture all across the country? >> eventually seven years, 16,000 miles by car. >> it wasn't the pictures you took, but the stories behind the pictures, right? >> yeah. >> tell us what happened in alaska. >> tell us about new york city. that's why hoda is here. >> wait. that doesn't look like new york city to me. >> looks like alaska to me. >> what i was saying is alaska. >> alaska was the most exciting trip because of this mail round, they call it. >> a little sea plane? >> you know. >> i read the book. >> this was taken from this mail plane that delivers mail to this island. >> takes off on the water and lands on the water? >>
in the search for the twins. >>> the newest judge on "american idol" is mariah carey. we want to begin in the news with james holmes, the man accused of the movie theater massacre in colorado. he had a very bizarre court appearance. kate snow at the courthouse in centennial, colorado this morning. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning to you, savannah. the last time anyone outside of law enforcement saw james holmes, he was wearing black. he was wearing military gear armed to the teeth. yesterday the man in court, the man who walked in, 24 years old, looked a whole lot different. this man was very quiet as a judge read his rights. he seemed to not respond at all. >> people versus james holmes. >> reporter: with his hair dyed bright orange, 24-year-old james holmes entered court shackled for a procedural hearing sitting silently by his public defender. nbc's mike taibbi was in the courtroom. >> you could hear a pin drop. nobody was moving as james walked into court, slowly, sitting down, not engaging, looking at anybody, not reacting. >> reporter: throughout the 11-minute heari
thee gave birth to twins. she will actually head home from the hospital very soon is, maybe as soon as tomorrow but she will have to continue physical therapy at home. she has undergone some 20 surgical procedures since diagnosed on may 11th. but no amputations. they caught it very early. >> thanks very much. >> hillary clinton tells cnn what she really thinks about mitt romney using her name in an ad attacking president obama. stand by for that. >>> and at 55 after the hour, a massive and destructive mud slide. and it's all caught on video. because we only do hotels. wow. i like that. nice no. laugh... awe uch ooh, yeah hmm nice huh book it! oh boy call me... this summer, we're finding you the perfect place - plus giving you up to $100 at hotels.com do you have any idea where you're going ? wherever the wind takes me. this is so off course. nature can surprise you sometimes... next time, you drive. next time, signal your turn. ...that's why we got a subaru. love wherever the road takes you. gives you a 50% annual bonus. and who doesn't want 50% more cash? ugh, the baby. huh! and th
from the brink. an amazing story. she's determined to get home to tear care of her little twins. her remarkable recovery ahead this hour. >>> we start with the olympics and security concerns. hundreds of athletes starting to arrive in london today for the games less than two weeks to go. and now we're hearing that a security firm cast with making sure that the athletes and thousands of spectators are safe has fallen short. dan joins me from london. appreciate it. so dan, this comes down -- >> absolutely, yeah, this is fast turning into -- sorry, go ahead. >> this comes down to a private contractor. they were tasked with providing security for the games, so what's the concern now? where did they fall short? >> well, they basically haven't been able to guarantee the number of guards that they were contracted to provide at various different olympic sites. we're going to turn up on time. we haven't quite drilled down to the bottom of exactly why that is but we're told it's something to do with scheduling problems with software problems, basically that they can't insure that the people th
heartland and soil of the united states of america. the twin towers, the pentagon. 2001, we had a spike in unemployment, and our economy went in the tank. between that time, though, i think americans should realize that we didn't have exactly everything we wanted in terms of job growth, but unemployment between 2002 and the middle of 2007 actually averaged between 4.5% unemployment and 6% unemployment. we weren't happy with that then, but wouldn't we love to have that level of unemployment now, rather than the 8-point % and the over -- 8.2% and the over 8% we've sustained for 40 straight weeks. americans need to remember, this doesn't have to be the case, the 8.2%. as late as october of 2007 the unemployment rate in this country was 4.4%. we can do that again, but we will not do it again with the failed policies that the president and his party have been imposing on our country during their entire stewardship. the senator from missouri mentioned 8% or higher and the effective rate is 11% if everybody that had left the job force came back in and tried to get a job. actually the unemploy
mean, he and his twin brother undergraduates of stanford, both graduated the same time at harvard law. he wins re-election in san antonio, which i think is the seventh or eighth city in the united states by something like 83% of the vote. i mean, this guy looks like the real thing. from everything i hear from people in texas, very, very highly regarded. i think the obama campaign made a really inspired choice here. >> well, the interesting thing though is they're certainly reaching out to latinos, as they always would in election. here's a president very popular with latino voters right now. nonetheless, his record is attackable, if you will. for one thing, he did not enact immigration reform as he promised. and he's been hit many times for the fact that he deported more latinos perhaps than any other president. does he have a problem potentially somewhere down the road and has to make up for that? >> well, i mean, he didn't enact immigration reform. why didn't he enact it? because the republicans blocked him. so latinos are pretty smart to say you're the guy that tried. the other par
. when will they take responsibility for these twin crises -- the deficit and felt banking regulation? yes what we did to protect a single market. if he looks at the conclusions of the summit, he will see that it says very specifically that the single market and its integrity must be protected. on the question about are the eurozone funds sufficient? he is right to ask that question. we continue to sit at the bazookas are big enough. as for a description -- i think he ought to give up the hokey poeky and stick to the rubix cube. give up our social, took us into the bailout funds even more we were not part of europe. these are the people who say that the european union has not gotten too much power and they joined the rural if they were in power for a long run-up. he likes to talk about standing up to vested interest but the fact is he will never stand up to to be vested in -- the trade unions and brussels. >> while there is wide agreement in britain as to the need for reforms in our relationship with the european union, with the prime minister -- would the prime minister agree that th
twins. >> yeah that's why they cowon most of those things. >> no. it will be very exciting. opening will be as usual jim ward, chris lavoie and jacki schechner. >> yes. >> yeah. >> really? fantastic. i got to do an episode of the point with jacki earlier this week. great girl too bad about the looks. >> yeah. >> john fugelsang what was i going to say -- the whole show may be about the romney gaffe-a-palooza. >> i hope so. if the dixie chick criticize the president overseas it's treason, but if mitt romney does it's pro growth. >> the way romney answered that question it's beyond understanding, i'm out of aj tiffs. all he has to do is say nothing. it's like the guy in the 100-meter dash, all he has to do is win instead of tackles the guy in the lane next to him and ends up disqualified. >> wow. when you don't have charles krauthammer on your side you have lost the war. >> yeah. well, he is right. republicans are so embarrassed of this guy. i have been telling all of my republican friends the same thing this year i know you wanted someone other than mitt but you a
has no control over her twins. they're running amok on her tour. >> i know many children like that. >> stephanie: thank god the children that hal and john have spawned are too young to wreak havoc in places like the pantages. max and emmy have been running amok while j. lo rehearses wrecking equipment and providing a nuisance to stagehands. they've been breaking expensive equipment and making life difficult. it is miracle they haven't been electrocuted. by the way union electricians, they love it when you touch their stuff. >> what does this thing do over here? >> what are you doing fooling around with wires backstage? >> stephanie: i'm not. >> what's this do? >> that's dangerous for you to program with wires anywhere. >> stephanie: i need to get a writer. i don't ask for anything. sexy liberal, what do i get? nothing. mariah carey -- >> you get nothing. you lose good day sir. >> stephanie: in the past, her demands have included 20 white kittens, baskets of puppies tea service for eight. >> isn't that
times the fun. >> you're like the double mint twins. >> the only people left. that's the whole thing. so, thousands of the world's -- potted plant. thousands of the world's greatest athletes descended on london for the 2012 summer olympics. but now some staffing issues are posing a big problem there. the company hired to provide security for the games only able to deliver half the expected number of guards. nbc's michelle kosinski reports. >> reporter: checking bags, guarding athletes. now being done by soldiers and police, scrambled from around the uk, because the security company g4s, the world's large est security employer just figure figured out it cannot meet its target. it only has half that number ready. the company turned up 38 where 300 were needed. >> fiasco and shambles. >> simply inexcusable. >> a humiliating shambles, isn't it? >> it's nowhere we want to be. that's certain. >> it's a humiliating shambles for the company. yes or no? >> i cannot disagree with you. >> ceo nick buckles says he only learned july 3rd that g4s will falwell short. what happened? >> incredibly logist
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